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Ex-QB Colin Kaepernick To Work Out With The Las Vegas Raiders DESPITE Comparing The NFL To Modern Day Slavery

Colin Kaepernick To Work Out With The Las Vegas Raiders DESPITE Comparing The NFL To Modern Day Slavery

There’s a possibility that Colin Kaepernick could find his way back into the National Football League after all these years as the ex-quarterback is scheduled to have a workout with the Las Vegas Raiders and if it goes well the team could sign him to a contract.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the news saying that the tryout will happen in just a few days. Kaepernick has been pining for this opportunity for years and recently began more workouts in the last few months for this kind of chance. However, many people are wondering why he would want back in the league.

Ex-QB Colin Kaepernick To Work Out With The Las Vegas Raiders DESPITE Comparing The NFL To Modern Day Slavery

While Raiders‘ owner Mark Davis is open to giving Kaepernick another chance, we have to wonder what would make him want to play in this league. He compared the NFL to modern-day slavery in a Netflix show and said that he was ‘poked and proded’ and left with no decency.

Still, he continues to try to get into the NFL as if it’s a football league and the players have fun… My mind can’t seem to wrap around the mind of the great Kaepernick. Though, outside of his slavery comparisons let us not forget the quarterback was benched for the great and unrefuted Blaine Gabbert (that’s a joke, Gabbert was a modest backup at best).

Between Kaepernick‘s being benched, kneeling during the National Anthem, and comparisons of the league to slavery, I would see no reason to give this guy a chance. He’s already been given several and in one event didn’t even show up to the practice and instead threw a tantrum and wanted the scouts to travel to a high school outside of their location.

Taking a shot on this guy is roulette at the best.

What do you think? Should Kaepernick be given yet another chance in the league that he deems as slavery? Let us know in the comments below.

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